Tom of Finland's Early Works on Display in L.A.

A new solo exhibit in Los Angeles displays the artist's early erotic works

Staring Back

With his latest solo exhibition, LA-based artist John Parot reflects on Bob Mizer and Tom of Finland

By Michael Stabile

Artists Celebrate Work of Influential Gay Greek Poet

On the 150th anniversary of his birth, the PEN American Center will present a tribute to C.P. Cavafy

By Jerry Portwood

UK’s Stonewall Awards Announced

'Maggie & Me' author Damian Barr named Writer of the Year, while Bigot of the Year went to anti-gay Pat Robertson …

By Editors

Joseph-Gordon-Levitt's Tiny Book of Tiny Stories

The actor-director released his third illustrated hitRECord volume

By Jerry Portwood

Universal Hunks: 1895-1975

Douglas L. Chapman's collection presents a pictorial history of muscular men around the world

By Jerry Portwood

BOYS: Stories From Our Digital Closets

This anthology uses first-person narratives to show deeper connections

By Nico Lang and Zach Stafford

Every Day I Write the Book

Earlier this year, a writer published a memoir about her gay father’s life. Now she has enough material to write …

By Alysia Abbott

Caught in the Act: Actors Acting

Photographer Howard Schatz explores the magical transformation that happens when an actor takes hold of words on a page …

By Editors

Queer/ Art/ Mentorship Announces 2013-2014 Fellows

Emerging artists will be individually paired with 11 established queer artists

By Jesse Steinbach

Inside Mexico City: White Spider

The Mexico City art collective keeps things interesting

By Editors

Need to Know: Carlos Lerma

The illustrator has created artwork for Gorillaz, Radiohead, and The Drift—next up is a videogame

By Editors

Of Gods and Monsters

Mexican-American artist David Gremard Romero finds inspiration in Aztec mythology and lore.

By Aaron Hicklin

The Family Drama of Wally Lamb’s 'We Are Water'

The author discusses the history behind his latest book

By Emily Drabinski

Art Attack: Ignorant Transparencies at Gavin Brown Enterprise

Bjarne Melgaard's grand mischief on display

By John Hutt

Chuck Palahniuk's Adult Slumber Parties

Madison Spencer, the liveliest, snarkiest dead girl in the universe, is back in this sequel in the Damned trilogy …

By Emily Drabinski

Victor Banis, The Grandfather of Gay...

'I'm the most famous writer nobody's ever heard of.'

By Andrew Belonsky